How To Use Narrow In A Sentence

  • The soldier fired the rifle through a narrow aperture in a pile of sandbags.
  • And its world was a narrow swamp, a grey, nubiferous environment, where it lived its contented, active, idyllic, almost mindless existence. The Voyage of the Space Beagle
  • Having had some narrow escapes the priest was eventually arrested as a recusant priest and was tried by revolutionary Court.
  • Its independence may encourage it to pursue a course of narrow self-interest rather than the public interest. Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
  • Before reaching the main square, the vehicle swerved left and entered a narrow side street filled with people, most of them in uniform. Somewhere East of Life
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  • It was not just established states that were eager narrowly to define the right of self-determination as a right end colonial status.
  • Since the path was so narrow that there was no way to reverse, he had no option but to continue moving forward.
  • This can not be done through any system of methods, neither are narrow interests or unexacting tasks sufficient to arouse all that the soul has now to give. The Unfolding Life A Study of Development with Reference to Religious Training
  • By the term contracted foot, otherwise known as hoof-bound, is indicated a condition in which the foot, more especially the posterior half of it, is, or becomes, narrower from side to side than is normal. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • The curriculum was too narrow and too rigid.
  • The river up which we came after leaving the Helmund, is fully equal to that in size; it is very rapid: the ravine is very narrow, occasionally widening into swardy spots. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • First he was writing, then he was hiking, then he went to Argentina to clear his head and drive along the coast (a two mile narrow strip overlooking the intercoastal waterway, hardly scenic). Sanford visiting family in Sullivan's Island
  • The room was an attic, ten feet square, lighted only by a skylight, its sole furniture a narrow iron bedstead, a chair, and a washhand-stand with one game leg. Down and Out in Paris and London
  • Our pupils and students leave schools and universities after an incredibly narrow diet of education compared with their international counterparts. Times, Sunday Times
  • And about 50 meters into the canyon at this narrow section, I encountered a place where I was standing on top of a chalkstone with about a ten-foot elevation drop. CNN Transcript May 8, 2003
  • He won by a narrow margin.
  • It is with narrow-minded people as with narrow-necked bottle; the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring out. 
  • The original building consisted of a wide perimeter block bisected by a pair of transverse wings to form three narrow internal patios.
  • I saw wheel tracks to the right, crossed by similar tracks back again to the road, and I guessed that the postilion had intended to drive his horses down the byroad, but having found it too rough or too narrow had been compelled to return, even at the cost of loss of time in backing. Humphrey Bold A Story of the Times of Benbow
  • Bob squeezed his muscular shoulders into the narrow confines of the top turret.
  • The oil terminal is in the narrow strait that separates the island from the mainland.
  • The shell surface is distinctly annulated along its sides, with broad annulae that are separated by deep narrow grooves.
  • And the chances of that happening on the Down Under tour have narrowed due to England's injury crisis.
  • Adhering egg clusters along the spines are covered by thin, gelatinous sheath; tips of spines are separated from each other, with slight but distinct subterminal narrowing.
  • We're looking at a very narrow portion of AECL, which is commercial services, which provides knowledge-based services to the industry. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • The company has an almost fetishistic attachment to narrowcasting.
  • If the ventral curvature of tail is real, then that, in concert with its extremely narrow scaupulae, suggests that a more appropriate functional analog would be found in arboreal chameleons.
  • Not to be outdone, many historians came to consider scholars trained in economics to be overly narrow, inattentive to historical context, and interpretively reductionistic.
  • Occasionally, courts admitted shopbooks as evidence but the exception normally was narrowly applied to circumstances in which the scrivener was not available to testify.
  • The neck (collum mallei) is the narrow contracted part just beneath the head; below it, is a a prominence, to which the various processes are attached. X. The Organs of the Senses and the Common Integument. 1d. 3. The Auditory Ossicles
  • The sound of the human whistle, like that in the most primitive instrumental forms - a whistle fashioned from a hollow tube of wood or straw - is made by the turbulence generated in an airstream at the narrow orifice formed by pursing the lips.
  • She narrowly missed out on gold to Pippa Funnell after knocking down a fence in the showjumping.
  • We were crawling along the narrow steel lattice of the bridge.
  • Peche was able to create this dreamworld by breaking up a wall with a row of narrow windows, by giving the illusion of height with columns and pilasters, and by blurring the borders of a room.
  • Make sure you drive between those narrow walls.
  • He balanced precariously on the narrow window - ledge.
  • In the bright sunlight she had to narrow her eyes.
  • A narrow track wound steeply up through dense forest.
  • This is a hospital test where a narrow tube with a light and lens on the end is passed down the trachea and into the lung.
  • Global labor arbitrage is hard at work narrowing the international wage gap among educated workers. Wages Move Toward Equilibrium, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • The Constitution has a very narrow definition of treason: Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. May 2005
  • I feel pleasure in dwelling on the recollections of childhood, before misfortune had tainted my mind, and changed its bright visions of extensive usefulness into gloomy and narrow reflections upon self. Chapter 1
  • A Hindu coparcenary is a much narrower body than a joint family. Archive 2005-12-01
  • Finally the competition went to sudden death, when the Baltinglass team missed winning the title narrowly.
  • Bumper to bumper we proceeded, the road narrowed and things became hairy.
  • The dressmaker gathered the cloth to the narrowest part of the waist.
  • The winds associated with this broader wake spawn a narrow eastward countercurrent that draws warm water from west to east.
  • With superb boatmanship he threaded the narrow, tortuous channel which no craft larger than a whaleboat could negotiate, until the shoals and patches showed seaward and they grounded on the quiet, rippling beach. A SON OF THE SUN
  • If you have it in a narrow bed between wall and paving, life will be so much simpler and pruning will be a quick, painless job. Times, Sunday Times
  • Along with this, the arena's main concourse is narrow and crammed with useless kiosks selling everything from caramel apples to nachos to kettle corn, making the walk to the one smoking area something of a slow death march for the nicotine needy. From the Floor: A Happy Slab of Sandwich Meat
  • As she drove along the narrow, winding country lanes she and an oncoming coach, carrying teenagers to school in Harrogate, slowed so both vehicles could safely pass.
  • Most of the conceptual distinctions which have been used to narrow the scope of such protection have been applied to them.
  • To perform well it has to be tightly targeted to cope with quite a narrow band of frequencies.
  • It was a driveway that narrowed at the road, then widened as gracefully as stemware.
  • The pass gets quite narrow towards the east.
  • On a mountain bike, you have to have narrow bars or you'll catch yourself on a tree.
  • I had taken Jason to the Roseland headland in the Fal estuary by the green-painted East Narrows navigation buoy - due east and one mile from the docks.
  • Our lives become narrow, blinkered, limited. Life Without Work
  • The common characteristic of criminal summary procedure in a narrow sense is the exemption or substantial reduction of courtroom investigation procedure.
  • This left him treading a narrow path along which private control and economic incentives might be preserved and yet society could obtain its full due by the complete expropriation of Ricardian rent.
  • Disk before Tuesday, the U.S. stock index futures showed a narrow range of vibration patterns.
  • After four hours afloat, the gorge narrowed to some two hundred yards. Indian Balm - Travels in the Southern Subcontinent
  • When the cup of human life is so overflowing with woe and pain and misery, it seems to me a narrow dilettanteism or downright charlatanism to devote one's self to petty or bizarre problems which can have no relation to human happiness, and to prate of self-satisfaction and self-expression. Woman Her Sex and Love Life
  • It also has a narrow canal (the urachus) which serves to remove the urine of the foetus; in fact the subsequently formed bladder takes its origin from a dilation of the urachus. The Veterinarian
  • There was widespread destruction on the island of Sant’ Elena, where an even larger disaster was narrowly averted by when the twister nearly struck a crowded vaporetto moored at a pontile. A Tornado in Venice
  • The long rear part is the opisthosoma, which can be further divided into a broad flattened pre-abdomen consisting of seven segments, and a narrower and more cylindrical post-abdomen of only five segments.
  • Entry is gained from an alley on the side, so narrow that it can at best take a single car.
  • Abaft the hatchway was a door on the starboard side which I opened, and found a narrow dark passage. The Frozen Pirate
  • the narrowness of the road
  • The country's rail capacity is squeezing into the narrowest straits in its history. Times, Sunday Times
  • The formerly semicircular forestage that connected the audience to the actors became a straight and narrow apron that divided the two groups.
  • Twice he declined a pot at goal and opted to kick to the corner despite defending a narrow three-point lead.
  • Needless to say, this has led to additional burden on the locality's narrow roads.
  • The harpoon is the weapon usually employed, though sometimes they are caught in strong nets stretched across the mouths of rivers or the narrow arms of lakes. The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon
  • There's an edgy, youthful feel to the sprawling stone downtown, where gaggles of short-haired, punky students walk narrow, walled streets.
  • The hours of liberty are long, full of wonder and narrow escapes, precautions, hidden devices and daring.
  • Supporting smaller farms also avoids mass consolidation which narrows the gene pool and renders crops less resilient against disease. Times, Sunday Times
  • A narrow track led to it, through the gaps, slantwise, from the gate of the mistal. The Three Sisters
  • He now writes from a desk at one end of a narrow room, walled on one side by windows looking east over the city. Times, Sunday Times
  • There is a man, approximately my age, attractive in a scruffy, academic sort of way brown corduroy jacket, one of those narrow, stripey, many-coloured scarves that men are wearing this season coiled around his neck, tufty brown hair, sitting across the aisle to my right on a strapontin. power, corruption and lies
  • The jacket seemed baggier than usual, the trousers narrower. THE GOSPEL MAKERS
  • As its top cooled and contracted, it developed narrow crevices more than fifty feet deep.
  • Supermarket trolleys are well-known for their irritating tendency to veer from the straight and narrow, apparently at their own whim.
  • Both antihistamines and anticholinergics can have anticholinergic side effects, including dry mouth, urinary retention, blurred vision, and exacerbation of narrow-angle glaucoma.
  • Their characteristic form is that of a long, deep, narrow bay with steep rock walls and basined floor. The Elements of Geology
  • Despite this presidential warning shot, the Senate narrowly approved both amendments.
  • Single leaf from a Missal, in Latin Germany, Hamburg, shortly before 1381 Illuminated by Meister Bertram von Minden The young people hawking are fashionably dressed: the youth wears a red pourpoint with a dagged hem, a particularly tight chaperon, narrow belt, and open shoes. Fashion in Art: Medieval France and the Netherlands
  • There, the mason had to lie on his stomach in a narrow groove, working his tools horizontally, chips and limestone dust dropping in front of his face.
  • In paying homage to his political spoilsman and teacher, he had only narrowly been spared a potentially disastrous appointment.
  • Located on a narrow peninsula, Yehliu features special terrain and geologic landscape from wave erosion , rock weathering, and crustal movement.
  • The William Haggas-trained filly was sent off favourite on her debut in a maiden race at Salisbury, but ran green and only got going late before being narrowly beaten into third.
  • A narrow mountain path crooks through the forest.
  • However, take your boat up past the cages and through the narrows, and the loch opens up into an even more spectacular vista.
  • Has a narrow strip of sandy beach as well as rocky areas with coves of shingle or sand beaches. Collins Traveller - Mallorca
  • There follows a succession of adventures, dangers, narrow escapes from death, and general blows of malign Fate.
  • To get the image of this stretch into your head, imagine a road slightly narrower than Turl Street.
  • He is a conservative in this strict and narrow sense.
  • The newly hewn steps were too narrow to tread in comfort.
  • The almost rural surroundings change before you know it and you are soon in the midst of a much older town on a road gone narrow as you pass through Ulsoor with its temples, shops that sell puja essentials, books, clothes and Primus stoves.
  • If you can take advantage of their poor judgement, you can gradually narrow the gap.
  • A narrow gorge opens upon a semicircular hollow lined with ochraceous or ferruginous matter; in fact, part of the filon, which sends off fibrils in all directions. The Land of Midian
  • The "Bath Road," for example, in parts, is as flat and well-formed a surface as one could hope to find, even in France itself, but at times it degenerates into a mere narrow, guttery alley, especially in its passage through some of the The Automobilist Abroad
  • The mouth of the cave was so narrow that we had to edge in.
  • The decongestants, such as phenylephrine, and pseudoephedrine, produce a narrowing of blood vessels.
  • I offered only a narrow flight corridor that was far from any sensitive areas. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is primarily a travel and entertainment card, so its retail outlets base is much narrower than that of its competitors.
  • After following a narrow gravel road for about 200 metres we took off down a side track.
  • The tug eased into the narrow docking space.
  • The country here is an expanse of smoothish tilted slopes, big, empty, and lonely, and crossed (at about the middle point) by a strange narrow gut or gully, up which the railway once ran to Montauban. The Old Front Line
  • One-third of the island's population converges daily into Fort-de-France, whose narrow symmetrically squared streets are as congested during the day as they are empty at night.
  • All ran fluently in the beginning, but when I was going back to my home, I passed through a narrow slippery street.
  • The castle narrowly failed to win cash from BBC TV's Restoration competition in 2003, leading to fears that the building might decay completely.
  • Fine, evenly spaced, simple, prorsiradiate ribs are separated by narrow interspaces.
  • In reality, the Triangle is taller but narrower and through it flows the Milky Way as it arches over the sky from Sagittarius in the SSW to Auriga in the NNE. Starwatch
  • Hunter put Stevens in a snooker on the yellow, and the Welshman attempted a daring escape through the narrowest of gaps.
  • Viewer copes best with word processor and text documents, reformatting the text to fit the narrow screen.
  • Voters appreciate some interest from candidates on environmental issues, but they are wary of candidates who are perceived as being too narrowly focused on environmentalism.
  • Nor had she looked narrowly into his eyes and espied the imminence of his escape, as he'd feared she could. BARN BLIND
  • You shouldn't need oasis in a narrow container as the flowers won't have room to move about.
  • It is supported by a narrow lunate platform along the dorsal margin.
  • Only it would have looked more dignified if I didn't have to push and literally squeeze myself through the narrow door.
  • And that means narrowing the gap and tackling the continuing inequality in our education system. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the intervals between them endless open carriages moved along, lined with white, filled with white dominos, drawn by horses all protected and covered with white cotton robes, against the whiter 'confetti' -- everyone fighting mock battles with everyone else, till it seemed impossible that anything could be left to throw, and the long perspective of the narrow street grew dim between the high palaces, and misty and purple in the evening light. Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 1 Studies from the Chronicles of Rome
  • This exercise can be carried out with both narrow and wide grip. Shape Your Body, Shape Your Life
  • In particular, the sleeves were just the right width - not too narrow, not too flappy.
  • The limbs are only moderately long, and the feet are narrow, with four main digits and short claws.
  • For more than a mile the beach was littered with wrecked ships, including debris from the steamer Curaca which was thrown across the full width of the narrows.
  • As Grant hurried down the narrow concrete stairs, he felt the first warning stab of pain in his torn thigh muscle.
  • Behind him hurried a younger, comelier man, carefully clad in motor costume, who bent above the girl with passionate solicitude and gazed into her staring eyes until they narrowed and dropped and her face flushed deeper and deeper crimson. DARKWATER
  • Indeed," she led the way across a narrow linoleumed hall, so beeswaxed that one had to stump along carefully erect. Some Everyday Folk and Dawn
  • Yet despite all this there was an air of conservation, the odd glimpse of the Old World in a narrow dingy lane where a dray horse shifted his weight from one hock to the other, blinking lazy lashes above the nosebag containing his lunch.
  • In this new world, any departure from the narrowest fiscal path is hazardous to the health of the offending country.
  • As compared to the ascending aorta, 30-50% narrowing was seen in the coarctate segment in 3 cases.
  • *** Aviation Airbus delivered 45 of its narrow and wide-bodied aircraft in September, making a total of 380 for the first nine months of 2010. Business Watch
  • Use the "filter" tool on our interactive chart to remove the two recent partisan polls, and the Kirk margin narrows to roughly 1 point (40.5% to 39.6%). Dueling Partisan Polls Confirm A Toss-Up In Illinois Senate Race
  • Because of their incurved leaves, the plant is narrow and can be grown at a tighter spacing.
  • Narrowly missing out on a Grammy award, Wait For Me doesn't sound too much like the blues I was brought up with.
  • In addition, an almost simultaneous missile attack narrowly missed an airliner taking off nearby.
  • Pruning saws have narrower blades with coarse teeth that are designed to cut on the pull stroke.
  • On the north side of the building, waterproofing of areaways will narrow the southern-most College Walk lane, but it will remain open at all times.
  • We caught the ferry but it was a narrow squeak.
  • They could narrow the search to old houses—because of the camphene lamp—and to ones set back from the beach itself—because of the maple and oak leaf trace. A Lincoln Rhyme eBook Boxed Set
  • But the author often lets his protagonists come back to their homeland in a moral level, which shows narrowness and contradictoriness of Lu Yao's homeland consciousness.
  • Srebrenica sits in a long narrow valley with wooded slopes rising sharply on either side.
  • As we passed along the narrow street, Antonio was hailed with an "Ola" from a species of shop in which three men, apparently shoemakers, were seated. The Bible in Spain; or, the journeys, adventures, and imprisonments of an Englishman, in an attempt to circulate the Scriptures in the Peninsula
  • The second important trend has been the slight narrowing of the differentials between male and female workers in full-time occupation.
  • The engine also has a sportbike-derived chain-and-gear camshaft drive system that allows for a short/narrow cylinder head design and reduced overall engine height. Quad 2009 ATV Buyers Guide
  • Management multiplied the camera angles, narrowed the strike zone, sodded the diamonds and the gridirons with AstroTurf, enlarged the jumbotrons, shortened the distance to the outfield fences, strengthened the golf clubs, adjusted the rules and the clocks to allow more time for the beer and truck commercials, bulked up the salaries paid to players bulked up to resemble the designated hitters in World of Warcraft. Lewis Lapham: Field of Dreams: The CIA and Me and Other Adventures in American Sports
  • Shots were fired and Tony narrowly escaped with his life.
  • Twice I had come across wild mountain cats, narrowly escaping death.
  • Since I moved to Calne 28 years ago the narrow part of Curzon Street has been the main bottleneck for traffic passing through the town centre.
  • The sabot's guiding shards could be seen flying off to either side as the dense, narrow core went on to find its mark.
  • This is a brilliant book, encompassing themes way beyond the narrow confines of sport. Times, Sunday Times
  • For instance, you need only drive a few miles out from Benidorm to discover narrow mountain roads that twist through pine forests.
  • The only way out was via narrow and uncompanionable ‘companion-ladders.’
  • We have to admit that stubborn gerontocracy has been a major obstacle to reforming politics due to the aged politicians' obstinacy and narrow-mindedness.
  • The long, narrow proportions of the 2,600 sf Patisserie is reinforced by a floating ceiling running the length of the interior, drawing the patron in from Queen Street to the depths of the kitchen.
  • In the past decade, so-called decimalization -- pricing stocks in pennies from fractions of a dollar -- and the automation of trading narrowed a broad field of retail market makers to the dominant five. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • This is very similar to the detailed, ornate, velvety and yet touchingly naive backdrops of those medieval scenes, that can be glimpsed through narrow windows in front of which wimpled ladies exchange devotional books with chivalrous gentlemen. Archive 2008-06-01
  • Gerhardt touched Veronica's hand and nodded towards the rostrum, his eyes narrowed. DARE CALL IT TREASON
  • ExecuJet South Africa maintenance director Steve Bothma says bookings for maintenance have already been taken at the company's Cape Town and Johannesburg facilities for a number of narrowbodied and widebodied business jets for the early part of next year. HEADLINES
  • The long and winding railroad to London is back on the straight and narrow as Manchester travellers can once more get there without changing trains.
  • In a narrow and limited sense, such an approach would seem reasonable. Times, Sunday Times
  • A little time to carry on this intrigue with the Frank, when possibly, by the assistance of this gallant, Alexius shall exchange the crown for a cloister, or a still narrower abode; and then, Agelastes, thou deservest to be blotted from the roll of philosophers, if thou canst not push out of the throne the conceited and luxurious Caesar, and reign in his stead, a second Marcus Count Robert of Paris
  • Dogs bred to have exaggerated angulation in the hindquarters, extreme pelvic slope, or are poorly muscled, poorly angulated, and narrow in the hips seem more predisposed.
  • We are now trying to introduce high-end innovative products before others do because product differentiation among brands is narrowing.
  • If you want narrow dogma, how about the plight of a major political party in which being pro-life disqualifies you from seeking national office because special interests forbid it?
  • The large number of diacritics makes it possible to mark minute shades of sound as required for a narrow phonetic transcription.
  • For narrow spectral bandwidth gratings, dimensional variations must be minimized or compensated, and the grating is apodized by both a.c. and d.c. variations in writing beams at a net constant power.
  • A narrow margin of victory for her would increase the likelihood of that. Times, Sunday Times
  • A narrow inclined rift leads out to the head of the pitch, and a large wedged block provides an initial belay for a traverse at roof level to the first section of the pitch.
  • Bourbons, damasks, albas, gallicas, mosses and rugosas are all likely groups of roses to choose from for fragrance - the difficulty is narrowing down the candidates.
  • A narrow gut of shingle and sand leads out to sea for the swimmers. Times, Sunday Times
  • There arose in that narrow, iron-sided gorge a havoc such as belike surpassed that of the original breaking through of the waters. The Sagebrusher A Story of the West
  • That bright sound propelled him faster to the narrow staircase at the end of the hall.
  • Currently, the narrow isthmus of southern Armenia, which is squeezed from both sides by Azerbaijan has been officially considered a ‘borderline territory.’
  • But through the wide streets and through the narrow ones, under the archways into the market gardens, across the bridge and into the square where the "glockenspiel" played its old tinkling tune, everywhere the Citadel looked down and always The Rat walked on in his dream. The Lost Prince
  • In the end it was the narrowest of victories as Harrington's game fell apart on the 16th.
  • The north and south of the island are linked by a narrow isthmus.
  • A waste disposal lorry and a pick-up truck crashed on a narrow bridge, blocking a main road.
  • They spoke of incidents of violence, which included a disabled woman twice narrowly escaping injury from a youth firing an air rifle and a pensioner's pet dog being shot dead.
  • The longshore current can carry large amounts of sand along the coast and can form spits (narrow peninsulas of sand), barrier islands and tombolos (narrow sand deposits connecting a near-shore island with the beach).
  • The choice of current accounts and credit cards typically narrows as people age. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cervical myelopathy describes both a narrowing of the spinal cord and the appearance of bony protrusions in it. Times, Sunday Times
  • They admired the varied vistas of the narrow, crooked streets, and noticed how convenient it was to have shops and residences and even small factories mixed up together.
  • All of these windows are in infrared wavelengths, and they are narrow, like the gaps between the slats of a fence.
  • This narrow headland was defended as a cliff castle with three stone ramparts across its neck.
  • The sensible one who keeps her friends on the straight and narrow. Times, Sunday Times
  • The benefit was narrowed.
  • They play cards, smoke in the freezing gaps between carriages, leaf through magazines and snooze on narrow bunks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Drive a missile-equipped sports car through narrow streets, and enjoy tasty interludes with foreign agents of the opposite sex who try to snap your neck as you reach for the chilled champagne.
  • We tend not to hire people with very narrow and very deep experience. Times, Sunday Times
  • By comparison, the cluttered townscape of the older centres, with its narrow streets and timber-and-thatch housing, seemed outdated and even barbarous.
  • Many parts of the road are narrow, and in some places the camber is very awkward.
  • One car ended up in a field after skidding off the road and up a bank, narrowly missing a tree and telegraph pole.
  • Below the decks, the middle passage was a hot, narrow, sunless nightmare; weeks and months of confinement and abuse and confusion on a strange and lonely sea.
  • A stunning goal from Jean Makoun gave the French side a narrow victory over the La Liga outfit in midweek, meaning the Spanish side face an uphill task in the second leg of their tie to remain in Europe's premium competition. Yahoo! Sports - Top News
  • We motored down from Kochi, but had to cover the last lap of the journey by motor boat along a narrow canal.
  • With the man holding her from behind, we moved slowly, agonizingly slowly, along the narrow hallway.
  • It hardly needs Mr. Willkie to tell us that advances in aeronautics and the field of science generally have narrowed the physical boundaries of the world. The Making Of The Peace

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